Many individual gifts combine to raise more than $200,000 each year. UWF distributes
all of that $200,000 to these Agency Partners for their services to help people create
better lives for themselves.
Black Swamp Area Council Boy Scouts develops youth through character building activities, citizenship training, career exploration and community service.
DayBreak SAIDO Learning Center provides an innovative therapy shown to reduce the
symptoms of dementia among older adults.
Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment (FACT) provides direct financial assistance with patient expenses including transportation, prescriptions, supplies and medical equipment related to cancer treatments.
First Call For Help Fostoria is an information and referral service, connecting persons with needs to the resources available.
Fostoria Area Habitat for Humanity develops decent, affordable housing in partnership with prospective owner-families.
Fostoria Learning Center provides adult training for a skilled workforce to fill jobs currently available in the greater Fostoria area.
Fostoria Senior Citizens Center provides a social outlet and a pleasant gathering place for the 50-plus crowd.
Geary Family YMCA receives funding to support youth sports programs, member scholarships, the childcare center and swimming lessons.
Getting Ahead** helps adult students identify habits and beliefs that are holding them back and teaches skills to Get Ahead in today’s world. New Agency Partner!
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio is a structured program for girls 5-17 focusing on individual areas of interest, camp experience and organized troops.
HOPE in Fostoria works to bring substance abuse education and prevention programs to Fostoria.
PatchWorks House provides supervised visitation and exchanges for children whose families are in crisis.
Red Cross, North Central Ohio Chapter shelters, feeds and provides emergency support for victims of local natural disasters.
Seneca-Crawford Area Transportation (SCAT) provides public transportation for work, school, appointments and special events. It transports individuals out-or-county for medical appointments.
St. Vincent de Paul Society provides a hand up for individuals and families in time of need through volunteer work, donated items, minor repairs, and emergency funding.
The Budget and Admissions Committee evaluates each agency’s programs, finances and operations before recommending funding levels to the Board of Trustees. Their work ensures that donated funds are spent wisely and efficiently. All campaign donations are used locally for the benefit of the people of Fostoria
Agencies serving the people of Fostoria and have 501(c)(3) status are welcome to apply Agency Partner status. For more information, contact Evelyn Marker at the United Way Office.